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Celebrate The Small Things

I'm celebrating today. I'm on my way back to North Dakota. My daughter is due any day now to deliver my fist grand daughter.

I know, I say it every week, I guess you can tell I'm excited!!!

School starts next week. We always love the first few months of school.

I had garden fresh tomatoes and corn on the cob. It doesn't get much better than that!

What are you celebrating today? Let me hear about it in the comments below!


  1. Just wait until your grandkid is born - then we'll see excitement!

  2. Congratulations! Wow, that must be so awesome to see your baby become a Mom! Enjoy!

  3. Congratulations! Waiting for a first grand daughter must be very exciting. Hope you get to meet her soon. :-)

  4. Ooh hope first grand daughter arrives safe!

  5. What Great News! New life brings such joy to a family.

  6. Oh, wow! Congratulations on your very first granddaughter!

  7. How exciting! Hope you get to hold her soon :)

  8. Awww, what a precious moment to be treasured for eternity. Congratulations!

  9. Wow! That's wonderful about your granddaughter's arrival! And those fresh tomatoes and corn from the garden are too shabby either.


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